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Adulterate
verb

to make impure
Ambidextrous
adjective

able to use both hands with equal facility; unusually skillful; deceptive or hypocritical.
Augment
verb

to increase in size, amount, degree, or severity
Bereft
verb

1. deprived of something
2. lacking something needed or expected
3. suffering the death of a loved one.
Deploy
verb

to distribute (persons or forces) systematically or strategically
Dour
adjective

1. extremely serious and stern; forbidding
2. bleak and gloomy
3. stubborn and obstinate
Fortitude
noun

strength of mind that enables a person to encounter danger or bear pain or adversity with courage.
Gape
verb

1. to open the mouth wide.
2. to stare wonderingly or stupidly, often with the mouth open.
Gibe
1. to make taunting, heckling, or jeering remarks. (verb)
2. a derisive remark (noun)
Guise
noun

1. outward appearance or aspect. 2. False appearance; pretence. 3. mode of dress; garb.
Insidious
adj

1. Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy manner. 2. intended to entrap; treacherous. 3. Beguiling but harmful; alluring.
Intimation
noun

1. Marked by close acquaintance, association, or familiarity. 2. Very personal; private. 3. Indirect suggestion
Opulent
rich and superior in quality

adj
Pliable
adj

1. Easily bent or shaped. 2. Receptive to change. 3. Easily influenced, persuaded, or swayed; tractable
Reiterate
verb

To say or do again or repeatedly
stolid
adj

having or revealing little or no emotion or sensablility
tentative
adj

1. not fully worked out, concluded or agreed on 2. uncertain, hesitant
Unkempt
adj

1. not properly maintained; disorderly or untidy
2. unpolished; rude
Verbatim
adj

using the exact same words; word for word
warily
adv

on gaurd; watchful